If you're going to be at Hillarys Boat Harbour this coming Sunday look out for me at the Sorrento Quay part, and not the boardwalk section. I'll be near the Dino Fish and Chip shop there from 11am to 1pm. Doing fun magic street style and making a few balloons.
From 2 to 4 I'll be at Coventry Markets in Morley having fun with everyone there.
It's a special Mother's Day promotion by the company that runs both the places.
Would be great to see you at either place. There will be free flowers and face painting for the kids as well.
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Happy Easter to all my friends here on FB. Today I'll be spreading the joy at Hillarys Boat Harbour from 6 to 7.30. Tomorrow at Mandurah's Dolphin Quays from 6 to 7.30 and on Monday at Coventry Markets from 3 to 4.30.
Would be happy to see you there. ... See MoreSee Less
3 months ago
I'm sure many of you have some fun plans for the upcoming holidays.
I'm going to be at Malaga Bunnings on the 5th of April for the Easter Fun Night. It's from 6pm to 8pm. I'll be doing magic and balloons there for the kids, so if you live nearby come along and join in the fun. There will be loads of fun things to do. They're always fun nights. ... See MoreSee Less
Al Kazam the Magic Man - Perth Magician added 4 new photos.
4 months ago
These are just a few of the many hundreds from my travels to India. One is the kids ward in the main hospital in Goa. The next two are orphanages. They keep the boys and girls separated, and I never saw any mixed orphanages there. The last one is a little boy that was abandoned at the market in Goa. He was in the infirmary at the youth detention centre. My wife asked if we could take him home with us! ... See MoreSee Less
4 months ago
I went to see the movie Lion the other day. I really enjoyed it! Brought back so many memories and feelings for me.
I lived in India for about 18 months in the area from where the boy gets lost on the train. I think I was even living there at the time it happened. 1987
It's a fantastic movie. None of the shots from India are made up. The trains and crowds at the stations, the people living in slum situations etc, are all very real.
I've done two tours to India to perform with a couple of my kids coming along with me. We did many shows in orphanages, old folks homes, hospitals for children and even a youth prison.
If you haven't seen the movie yet, do yourself a favour and catch it. ... See MoreSee Less
going to see the movie this aftenoon